The LNB assemblies are always in the same box with the rest of the pieces of the dish (this is the case for all older dishes anyways, I'm pretty sure it's the case for the slimline as well). No clue why all their boxes are missing them.
See, if those kids were sent to school before the factories, perhaps this wouldn't happen!RobertE said:With this things being made overseas with as cheap of labor as possible, anything is possible.
Yeah, and they also say, "half the size of the old one". I don't think so!litzdog911 said:Hmmm .... just checked eBay and their are a couple of Slimlines for sale there. Of course, buyer beware.
Yep - I saw the box with my very own eyes. It had the word 'Slimline' in a cursive font on it. The installer said this was going to be his first (which didn't inspire much confidence) but it appears that this is all they're getting from now on. My installer is MASTEC.bobojay said:Am I reading this thread correct? The new 5lnb slimline dish is finally available?? And being installed?
According to the Zinwell WB68 manual, the switch is also supposed to be protected from rain and other water, such as sprinkler systems.Neil Derryberry said:IStay on top of the MasTec guys.. I may have had a bad apple but he cut serious corners the later it got - unfortunately I wasn't home for the last bit of the install and my wife didn't know what to look for. I had to call in on the install and have it fixed - original dude left my switch hanging in mid-air rather than sercuring it to the wall, among other things.
It might look like there are only 3-LNBs, but there are actually 3-LNBs in one of the housings (99, 101 and 103-deg).caimakale said:So the slimline only requires 3 LNB's instead of 5?
I wonder if the tech saw the box and thought the other two LNB's were missing. I never actually got to see what was in the box myself and the tech did say this was his first slimline install. Don't these guys get training on the new dishes?litzdog911 said:It might look like there are only 3-LNBs, but there are actually 3-LNBs in one of the housings (99, 101 and 103-deg).
http://www.dbstalk.com/showthread.php?t=54377&highlight=slimlineP Smith said:Could some of you guys post pictures of the real dish ?!